Jim Roosevelt is the CEO of Tufts Health Plan
Massachusetts residents seeking insurance through the state’s health connector are facing another deadline.
Massachusetts officials are reporting a successful weekend launch of the state’s revamped health insurance website.
The latest Kids Count report by the Annie E. Casey Foundation has found that children in Massachusetts are better off than almost anywhere else in the nation.
Protesters from southern New England have rallied outside Hobby Lobby Inc. store in Seekonk to protest a U.S. Supreme Court decision that organizers say reduces access to reproductive health services and birth control.
The Patrick administration is seeking to extend health care coverage for medically necessary treatment for gender identity or gender dysphoria including hormone therapy and gender-reassignment surgery.
The #1 worry for most retirees is not having enough money to cover all of the health care costs in retirement.
Massachusetts officials estimate their plan for replacing the state’s failed health exchange website will cost more than $120 million, but hope that most of the money will come from the federal government.
Have you ever gone to see your doctor but instead of talking face-to-face, her back is to you as she types away on a computer screen?
Massachusetts has unveiled a plan to fix problems with its health insurance website that have dramatically slowed the state’s transition to the federal Affordable Care Act.